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Rich H. (#46489213)
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Bio Photo Some changes sent to me to update memorials that went to my Spam mailbox, were accidentally deleted. Please resend me your requests if I haven't gotten back to you.

I authorize anyone to use my Find a Grave images in Wikipedia or their own family research, under the creative commons attribution license cc-by-2.5, where the attribution is 'R.E.H.'."

Going forward, unless there is a compelling reason, I will only transfer listings of people someone knew closely, i.e. parent, child or close friend. I'm sorry, but someone who died 200 years ago could be related to thousands of people. I prefer you add one of my listings under your umbrella using the virtual cemetery feature at Find A Grave. If you have additional information, I will happily add it and list you as the contributor.

Also, please do not ask me add an obituary to a person's memorial. see Find A Grave policy below:

Can I add an obituary to my interment listing?
It is best to not copy obituary notices from newspapers to an individual's memorial record unless you have permission from the newspaper to do so. In general, obituaries in newspapers are submitted by the family. If the obituary is added to the memorial record, it should list the newspaper and date the obit was printed. Find A Grave reserves the right to remove obituary notices from memorial records.
Obituaries for "famous" individuals are usually written by newspaper staff and can not be posted to Find A Grave.
Please do not include website addresses that may be listed in the obituary as they usually expire within a year after the obituary is printed.
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Dee Winter
Sarah Wildrick
One way to get rid of me, Rick!! LOL!! Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Dee
Added by Dee Winter on Jan 22, 2015 12:34 PM
Greg Hetzler
Question Memorial# 8613162
Hello
Could you respond, if needed to hetz3@earthlink.net, any information concerning your entry for Memorial# 8613162? My grandmother was a Kuhn and this memorial may be a relative I am researching.
Thanks for your work. Greg
Added by Greg Hetzler on Jan 18, 2015 10:56 PM
William Kane
John W. Kane, d. 15 Oct 1919, & 2 others
Do you happen to have the Section, Row and Grave number in Mount Saint Mary's Cemetery in Flushing.

The memorial number on the find a grave website is 20050912.

Thank you. Bill Kane
Added by William Kane on Jan 15, 2015 4:35 PM
Marilyn B
Jacob (Jacobus Seba) Brinkerhoff
b. 27 Jan 1753 Hackensack NJ - d. 25 May 1844 Hackensack NJ. I notice that there is a 'note' at findagrave.com for Jacob Brinkerhoff that he was in the Revolutionary War.

Is there any source you can tell me so I could use it as documentation?

THANKS!
Marilyn
Added by Marilyn B on Jan 12, 2015 5:30 PM
Leona Henderson
Henderson, William J
Rich,
I added a spouse for William J. Henderson based on a newspaper clipping of his marriage to Meta Hunt found on Ancestry in the Indiana Messenger, dated May 6, 1874.

Meta Hunt Henderson appears to have married Edward S. Tillman which is shown on her memorial page.

If this is incorrect, I will gladly delete the connection.
Added by Leona Henderson on Jan 11, 2015 6:35 AM
David Edsall
RE: Frederick & Jennie Edsall
Thank you for the transfer, Rich. Best, David
Added by David Edsall on Jan 09, 2015 5:49 PM
David Edsall
RE: Frederick & Jennie Edsall
Rich - Would you consider transferring them to me? I'd much appreciate it. Thanks, David
Added by David Edsall on Jan 08, 2015 12:56 PM
David Edsall
Frederick & Jennie Edsall
Hi Rich - Heads-up: I'm adding information to both their memorials based on their vital records. One or two changes to come. David Edsall
Added by David Edsall on Jan 08, 2015 12:06 PM
Arden Phair
RE: Photo Request -- re gravestone of Luther D. & Irene R. KUCHENBECKER, Mount Carmel Cemetery, Ten
Dear Rich: thank you for your response. I shall try a photo request for a volunteer within the Tenafly area. Sorry to have bothered you. To reiterate again, you have a remarkable record of contributions to the Find a Grave project. Thank you for your past efforts. Regards, ARDEN
Added by Arden Phair on Jan 05, 2015 4:59 AM
Arden Phair
Photo Request -- re gravestone of Luther D. & Irene R. KUCHENBECKER, Mount Carmel Cemetery, Tenafly
DEAR RICH: Photo Request -- re gravestone of Luther D. & Irene R. KUCHENBECKER, Mount Carmel Cemetery, Tenafly, NJ (Saint Cecelia Section, Row #207, Grave #1). Could I please request high-resolution (3MB+), copyright-free photographs of the gravestone of Luther KUCHENBECKER (1895-1932) and Irene McDonald KUCHENBECKER (1891-1971). Also, to aid in locating the burial plot, would it be possible to obtain digital copies of: (i) an overall map of Mount Carmel Cemetery, and (ii) a specific plan of the Saint Cecilia Section? This relates to a project to erect a public Memorial in St. Catharines, Ontario to 131 workers who died during construction of the Welland Ship Canal, 1914-1932. Luther Kuchenbecker was the second to last to die on the project, 1 of 7 born in the United States, and 1 of 2 whose remains were returned to the USA for burial. For further information about the project, please see the website for the City of St. Catharines: http://www.stcatharines.ca/en/governin/Fallen-Workers-Memorial.asp Thank you very much for your assistance. P.S. Dear Rich - congratulations on your amazing contribution to the Find-A-Grave website. Your work on behalf of so many others is nothing short of remarkable. And lastly, for any material provided what would be the proper form of credit - just "R.E.H", or a full name?
Added by Arden Phair on Jan 04, 2015 1:03 PM
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